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Fantastic photos of your trip to Korcula Island. They are beautiful - I hope you come back!
Hi Spoonbender, you have travelled to a huge number of interesting places. I really enjoyed reading your commentary and checking out your photos. Look forward to seeing more.
Very excellent collection of photos. Some of the things, I do not know earlier, got informed by your photograhs. I am from Pandharpur, India and alike that album most.
Thanks & best regards,
Beautiful and rich in culture! :)
your website is good,think you verry much this website show
you about thailand see you again from
Trying to reach Jim re: a pic.
Looking for a little help and, after your comment on Pondicherry India, "... if travelling through Tamil Nadu, don't bother with it", you may be able to help me.
I've posted the following in several forums and received practically no help: "The greatest joy of traveling in India for us is the people - and we've had wonderful experiences in the "north"
Now we're ready for 3-4 weeks in the "south". But when I venture through India Mike, Trek Earth, Picasa or Flickr, I get, predominantly, temples, landscapes and other "non-people" photos. I don't see many great people shots. To be sure, there are some wonderful photo ops with non-animate subjects, but there is not the same spark and vitality that one gets in human daily life situations.
Question: where are there great, or even good, people /daily life/market situations, towns, etc. in south India? What am I missing?"
Spoonbender, I'd appreciate any suggestions.
Can I use your great image of Lasalle Street for a website I am doing??
I saw your collection.Its marvellous.Specially I saw Multan hindu temple pictures.these are awesome..I shall be thankful if u tell me the address of this temple
I saw your collection.Its marvellous.Specially I saw Multan hindu temple pictures.these are awesome..
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I don't think that you have studied about Bangkok and Thailand enough before you came here. I know that there are a lot of tourists who come here without any information and that makes them miss many good chances to see the nice parts and touch the spirit of the country. Buddhism is the main religion of this country and I as a buddhist respect in what we are. You made a lot of mistakes about giving the captions on each pictures you posted about Bangkok and this is not what you can make fun with. Religion is very sensitive thing and the Buddha is not your friend!
Muhammad Zeshan Mughal
Hy This is Muhammad Zeshan Mughal. I saw the amazing pics here on website. I lOVE these pics. Really this is a fabolous collection.
Muhammad Zeshan Mughal
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Pbase needs more galleries like yours.
Impressive I must say.
hi. i've spoken to you ones before and got responce then went to yemen after 6 long years away. man i tell you the truth i enjoyed every moment of it. thanke you so much for the effort to take those nice pics and let others see how yemen is like and what places it has got. wish you the best luck an american could have when he gose to yemen......................... god bless
I like your pictures and would like your permission to possibly use a small number of them for a children's schoolbook on housing around the world
Henry's bool, "Thank You for Being Concerned and Sensitive," is one of the best I've ever read. And I've read plenty. And now I have all these wonderful travel musings and images to peruse ...
You have visited so many places where I wanted to go too !
Good work and well done !
Could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
an enemy country? yemen has enemies? i'm from the US and i can get a visa on arrival in sana'a. it's even MORE beautiful than the pictures. go, yemen has no enemies.
hey...your yemen pictures capture all that I've dreamed of...this is the place I most want to go...but alas, I can't get in there b/c I'm from an enemy country. Are you originally from Canada? you look familiar!
Sounds great. Now I have to go find out for myself! Thanks for answering my question.
- Curiousity Satisfied
It's very small, has a good street life. lots of cafes and restaurants, a nice pedestrian section of the city. good public sculpture, interesting people, beautiful hills, reasonable prices, good museum, good bookshop, nice tram, pretty women.
what more can you ask for?
You say "Okay, I say this all the time, but Sarajevo is the best place I've visited. I think. Well, Laos was good too. And Vietnam. Let's say in Europe and Mexico, so excluding Asia, Sarajevo is the greatest city I've been to. And I've barely seen any of it." Why is Sarajevo "the greatest city" you've been to? I haven't been outside the US much, and I'm curious! I want to understand more about other parts of the world. :)
Also, thanks for everything you're sharing--from photos to commentary to literature. After seeing your PBase stuff, I want to read your book. I liked Winseburg, Ohio; so according to the Amazon customer review, I will like your book, too. :)
- Curious American Girl
Not to worry my friend I purchased your wonderful book...now someone will have to pay at least 12 U.S. dollars!
Thank you for such great comments and pictures from Bosnia,
You are very much loved in Bosnia and Herzegovina, you and all other friends of ours,
Come again soon, much more has come around for you to take a pic of,
A Bosnian Girl
i would like to use here:
I'm yemeni living abroad and was looking for some pics of yemen to show my friends here .
yours were the best of all and i even visit it every day as if it was my own site to look out for updates . just gone throw your new pics of yemen and decided to at least say thankes . good luck and enjoei more of yemen next time you go there.
It's pronounced "wien chan"
I happened to be browsing Pbase and i couldn't help not noticing your spectacular pics of UAE, am from there myself, currently studying abroad.
Anyways,am Glad u had a good time there n hope u find time to visit UAE again.
Excellent pics... keep it up!
Hello, I enjoyed your photos.Thx for sharing. :)
I made a trip to Abu Dhabi in october 2003. I love the UAE and the people and their way of life. My pictures are at
on my own website. Feel free to have a look at them. I was happy to recognise lots of places on your pictures. One day, I'll move to Abu Dhabi.
Very nice work. As a fellow travel junkie, I am jealous of your travelling prowess. UAE looks fascinating. I still havent managed to get out of Latin America yet. I recognize all the places in your Mex photos...I dug Guanajuato and disliked SMA, too. I even think we stayed at the same hotel on 5 de mayo in DF.
Anyway, as you probably noticed, I've shamelessly stolen that criminally actionable photo of your brother strangling his daughter for my own pbase page. I think one of us is going to have to hit Chris with a trank dart and drag him onto a flight out of the US before its to late.
keep on posting photos!
Got to your photo safari by coincidence: nice pics of the UAE, have been living here for quite a while and was too lazy to take any good photos. I think that you captured the spirit of the region exceptionnally well.
This is your cousin from back home in Northeast Ohio The pictures look great. I hope all is well. I ran into Janice and she gave me your web site. Take care
I'd like to use your picture of the Ali Pasa Mosque in Sarajevo trip on my own website
the url is
Please drop me a line to inform me wether that's ok or not.
So HOW do you pronounce "Vientiane". I used to call it v-n-tin-nee but a friend of mine at NKP said he never learned to pronounce it...even afte a year there!